Capture an entire web page to one file for sending as an attachment!
Save a web page so you can e-mail it to a friend!
This question was answered on October 4, 2000. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.This tip comes from Jeremy Stiltz and is for users of Microsoft's Internet Explorer Version 5 or higher
You can save a web page, including the graphics to a single file that can then be e-mailed by doing the following:
Go to the page that you wish to capture, then click on File/Save As to open the "Save Web Page" dialog box Next change the Save as type: from (*.htm, *.html) to (*.mht) and give it an appropriate File name Be sure to pay attention to where you save it (the Save in: location is at the top of the box) so that you can simply attach the file to an e-mail message so that you may share it with others (The recipient must also be using IE 5.0 or higher in order to view the attachment.)
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Posted by Ken of Data Doctors on October 4, 2000